Whether His response to our agony is miraculous or deferred, we can trust He is healing us through seasons of pain.
Modesty isn’t only about wearing a sports bra that covers what it’s intended to in it’s entirety, but also behavior and self-perception.
We can teach our children to pray for their friends using the acronym LET’S PRAY.
Patience is the capacity for us to tolerate delay, trouble or suffering without getting angry or upset.
The statistics are scary, but that means there’s probably another soul within arm’s reach that truly feels our pain.
“Pray Big Things,” by Julia Jeffress Sadler promises “the surprising life God has for you when you’re bold enough to ask.” Prayer is powerful.
Because of Jesus’ victory, we can sing praise at all times. Prayer doesn’t have to be hard
Carving out time to pray with our children blazes a trail for them to cope with life the way God created us to – in conversation with Him.
God places people in our lives who bother us. He sets us in situations that make us feel uncomfortable.
Tragedy is a prevalent backdrop this side of heaven.